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The decision of dealer is true since it a sportsmanship decisions like football referee.


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If a player is in last position, facing an all-in bet of more than his stack, moving chips across the line (or with significant forward motion if there's no betting line) is equivalent to saying "I call", even it it's only one chip. At that point, the hand should be over and go to showdown. This ruling is so monstrously wrong I suspect you are ...


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This should never become a point of dispute. Once the dealer has announced a misdeal, it is a misdeal, regardless of whether that announcement was made correctly (for example, believing more than one card had been exposed during the deal, when only one had been exposed). This is in addition to the general rule that mucked cards are never pulled out, with the ...


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Player-1 have Q-8, Player-2 have Q-10 and the community cards are J-10-4-K-A from the best 5 card rule: P1 cards = Q-8-J-10-4-K-A = A-K-Q-J-10 =sum(A-K-Q-J-10)=60 P2 cards = Q-10-J-10-4-K-A = A-K-Q-J-10 =sum(A-K-Q-J-10)=60 both have the same cards with same sum...so both players be the winner.....


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No, not really. I would describe it more as a moot point. The player that is asking for the cards to be dug out of the muck, does not really have a right to ask to see the hand, nor is there any good reason to see the hand, the player is really just wasting everyone's time and being a bit of a schmuck. The player should just ask the guy what he had, if he ...


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